Who We Are
Northeastern Colorado Revolving Loan Fund was founded in 1988 as a non-profit organization 501(c)(3), for the purpose of creating and administering a revolving loan fund to provide gap financing to new and existing industry and small businesses in the four county areas consisting of the counties of Sedgwick, Washington, Yuma and Phillips. Morgan County and the City of Sterling were added to NCRLF during the 1990s. Logan County Revolving Loan Fund, through agreement, was merged into NCRLF in 2000.
The NCRLF provides services to six counties in extreme Northeastern Colorado. The board of directors consists of two members from each county in an effort to provide equal representation and thorough coverage of the service areas.
NCRLF is a well-established company in its service territory, yet very unique. It is the only local organization that provides financing exclusively to small businesses. It has access to federal funds for small business assistance and emphasizes job creation and retention in the communities. NCRLF also provides fixed rates for all loans, while other commercial lenders use a variable rate format. Understanding small businesses helps create personal relationships with the clients.